Medical teaching software (such as iMedic, a program to view human anatomy) exemplifies how the video gaming industry has penetrated academia, offering researchers and students a new way to understand techniques that aren’t always easy to teach.
When Carlene Primus’ laptop fell and cracked its screen, someone wanted to charge her $1,200 for the repair. She asked about cheaper alternatives.
Unless it was a new laptop and the fallÂ destroyed pretty much everything, you can consider that price a rip-off. Replacing a laptop screen, including parts and labor, shouldn’t cost you more than $300. In fact, it will probably come in closer to $200.
The first question you should ask yourself: Do you want to pay someone to do the repair, or make it a do-it-yourself-project?